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  • Xplore 21 snowshoes are lightweight, easy to use and perfect for beginners; intuitive QuickPull bindings slide easily to cinch, and unlock with one push of the buckle
  • Innovative, upturned tail of the aluminum Fit-Step frame provides biomechanical benefits of reducing muscular skeletal impact on hip, knee and ankle joints by 10%
  • SoftTec decking provides durable, lightweight flotation and has a smooth, soft texture
  • Rotating Toe Cord design enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop as it should and snow to shed off the tail, reducing cardiorespiratory strain by 7%
  • Pivot point underfoot allows the toe traction teeth to bite deeply into the snow when under your weight
  • QuickPull binding's intuitive forefoot strap cinches easily and unlocks with one buckle push; pivoting toe stop allows speedy adjustment; Control Wings help align your heels
  • Recreational-series carbon-steel toe and heel crampons feature front and rear braking teeth for secure uphill, downhill and sidehill grip on packed snow
  • Recommended load specification includes weight of hiker plus any gear

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Specs

Best Use Snowshoeing
Snowshoe Terrain Flat Terrain
Max Recommended Load 150 pounds
Frame Material Aluminum
Deck Material Composite
Crampon Material Carbon steel
Toe Crampon Yes
Heel Crampon Yes
Side Traction Yes
Dimensions 21 x 8
Weight Per Pair 3 lbs. 8 oz.
Gender Women's
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This is an embarrassing and perhaps stupid question but here goes. I currently weigh about 170. I note the load says 150. Should I not buy these since I weigh over the recommended load? Or, does it not matter too much?

Asked by: MarySunOceanSnow
The weight limit matters if you are snowshoeing in powder where you need as much flotation as you can get. If you are above the weight limit, you will sink right into the snow. If the snow in your area is more slushy or crunchy, the weight limit does not matter as much.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-14
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